The consultation on the possible introduction of a dog control Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) closed on 15 July 2018.
We would like to thank those who took the opportunity to have their say. We value your opinion in shaping our local area. The supporting information for the consultation is available below.
Why we consulted
We wanted your views on whether we should introduce a PSPO for dog controls. The PSPOs are centred on improving and protecting the local area for all residents and visitors to Wirral.
What happens next?
The results of the consultation will be analysed over the coming weeks. We will update these pages when further details are available.
Cabinet member for the Environment, Councillor Matthew Patrick, has announced that beach restrictions will not go ahead and form part of the PSPO.
Sports pitches will now be analysed on a pitch by pitch basis to ensure any future restrictions are right for all residents.
- Dog Control PSPO Evidence Base and Supporting Documentation July 2018
- Equality Impact Assessment - Dog Control PSPO July 18
- Appendix 4 Dog Control PSPO Evidence Base - Register of concern regarding dog fouling June 18
- Appendix 5 - Dog Control PSPO Evidence Base - parks incidents
- Appendix 7 Dog Control PSPO Evidence - means of disposal question
Proposed maps for public spaces protection orders
- Proposed sites for Dog Control Orders
- PSPO map for Wirral
- PSPO map for Birkenhead Park
- PSPO map for Leasowe Bay
- PSPO map for Meols Beach
- PSPO map for New Brighton Beach
- PSPO map for Wallasey
- PSPO map for West Kirby